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Published Aug. 6, 2019
It felt a bit like Christmas in August this week when I opened my email to find a gift of a message from Manitowoc native Andy Beckman, who works as an archivist at the Studebaker National Museum in South Bend, Indiana, and sent a couple photos he'd found in the image collections.
Published Nov. 16, 2015
Milwaukee's Eiffel Tower -- erected near Cathedral Square Park each year for Bastille Days -- will be resurrected at City Hall for a 5:15 p.m. vigil today to honor the victims of Paris.
Published Sept. 18, 2015
I asked a couple of Doors Open Milwaukee Committee members, who have been working on this event along with me for the last nine months, to offer their individual top 10 lists. With varying backgrounds and tastes, yet both with a love for the city and this event, these individuals know Doors Open. Take a look at who they are, and check out what they want to see. You may want to follow in their footsteps.
Published Aug. 26, 2013
After Miley's titillating performance at the VMAs last night, the editorial staff here at OnMilwaukee.com began to wonder: where are the best places in Milwaukee to get your twerk on? Which spots would make for some really awesome twerk-pics?
Published Nov. 26, 2012
As in most cities, Milwaukee has a wealth of sources for uncovering its history. In addition to the collections at Milwaukee Public Library and the Milwaukee County Historical Society, there are two fine universities with libraries and other sources, too. One of the most pleasurable in which to work is the Legislative Reference Bureau, tucked away in the basement of City Hall.
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